Do you remember Betty Shelby? The armed government worker who murdered an unarmed man in Tulsa and – of course – got away with it clean.
Now she is teaching a class on “surviving the aftermath” of officer-involved shootings next week at the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office.
Shelby will inform participants about “many of the legal, financial, physical, and emotional challenges” that may arise after an armed government worker murders someone.
After being acquitted of first-degree manslaughter, Shelby “returned to duty.” She then left the Tulsa Police Department and joined the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office.
Scott Wood, an attorney representing Shelby, said the class “has nothing to do with the specifics of the Crutcher shooting.”
“The class is instruction to officers on how to plan, fiscally and mentally, for a critical incident similar to the one she was involved in in September 2016,” Wood said in a statement. “Betty will receive no compensation for the class. Betty is, continues to be, and will always be a faithful public servant.”
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